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    shouldn't... shouldn't be a problem. All the big players are ready for it:

    http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Econ...s-Brexit-looms

    It'll probably be just a 'stock dip' here, in the US. Gold-prices too. I think the UK will actually be financially fine if it leaves the EU. Mainland Europe overreacting, will be the nexus of any negative ripples.

    http://sputniknews.com/europe/201606...t-economy.html
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    I've always believed the UK would have been better off staying out to start with. As far as that goes, most of Europe would have been the same but now that they have it tied in knots there's no telling who is going to unravel.
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    At the moment it looks like they are leaving.
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    At the moment it looks like they are leaving.
    And as you write... the Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong is.. down 3.29%.

    With a tiny hint of a leveling-off. -Oop, now down 3.63%. I'd better close the window...
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    I sold AA today for a profit, I think I'm gonna
    be able to buy it back in da morning...
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    Nikkei 225 - Down 7.45%

    Now Down 8.21%
    Gaaaa!
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    So here we go!!

    Looks like the DOW will open
    down over 500.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    So here we go!!

    Looks like the DOW will open
    down over 500.
    Already down over 500 after 8 minutes. Going to be a crazy day.
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    Down 390ish, not teh EOTW

    Of course, it's a Friday. Will people hold
    stocks over the weekend? Where will it close?

    I'm trying to bottom feed on Alcoa...lol
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    It's bouncing-up a tad... Since Hong Kong closed at minus 2.9-something %, the Dow's opening basically matched that.

    The Nikkei Index has some other factor in-play. Probably aligned too closely with India & the pound. The yen seems skittish.

    http://asia.nikkei.com/
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